Post date: 15 / Nov / 2010

So you have your new swimsuit, digital camera and have space in your suitcase for Nao porcelin and wood carvings as souvenirs. Before you visit Thailand please keep in mind that you will possibly need a Thai Tourist visa to enter the country and stay for a short period of time.

Now you can obtain a tourist visa from the Thai embassy... Read the rest of this entry »

Post date: 15 / Nov / 2010

When you travel to Thailand you are likely to experience a vacation that is exotic. Exotic, people, exotic places, and exotic things none of which the lovely Bridgehouse Hotel can help you with, wonderful as it is, it is just not the same thing. To have the kind of meaningful vacation you want it is best to familiarise yourself with the... Read the rest of this entry »

Post date: 12 / Nov / 2010

Sifting through locum doctor jobs, looking for some of the things you need and dreaming about what’s happening in Thailand this month you may remember that the Loy Krathong Festival is on later in the month.

The Loy Krathong fest is an annual event that occurs, according to the traditional Thai lunar calendar, on the full of the... Read the rest of this entry »

Post date: 29 / Sep / 2010

Thailand’s economy has fared well in the past due to its tourism. Thailand is a massive country expanding over 200,000 square miles and is the 51st largest country worldwide. You could say it is the equivalent to the size of Spain.

Thailand offers many attractions for tourists such as sandy beaches, dense jungles, hill tribe... Read the rest of this entry »

Post date: 24 / Sep / 2010

I was initially considering writing about manual handling train the trainer courses, but after careful consideration I have decided to share a few things with you that I learned during my visits to Thailand. Enjoy!

When visiting Thailand, it is important that you present yourself in a respectful way to the Thai people, especially... Read the rest of this entry »